Fall Harvest Juice

Fall Harvest Juice Recipe

  • by Robin Frey
5.0 from 2 Reviews


The earthiness of the root vegetables is balanced with warming fall spices and sweet red apple, pairing well with hearty soups and cozy autumn evenings.

Yield 12 oz
Calories 110 cal
Yield and calories may vary depending on produce used and method of extraction.
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The days are shorter and the leaves are changing from green to rich golds and reds.

With the changing of the season, we have our choice picks of nutrient dense produce that is now ripe and at its best. And with cold and flu season’s arrival, everyone could use some extra vitamins and minerals for more immune-system support.

You may not think of juice first and foremost when it comes to Fall, but this autumn juice recipe is bound to change that!

two glasses of cold pressed juice on a white table

For a fraction of the sugar and none of the problematic ingredients of a pumpkin spice latte, expert chef Ari Sexner has put together an earthy and sweet blend that pairs well with warm blankets, hearty soups, a toasty fireplace and cozy evenings with your loved ones. 

Apples, root vegetables and warming spices are combined for the perfect autumn immune-boosting beverage. 

Click here to jump straight to the step by step recipe. Read on to learn why we love it.

Why We Love This Fall Harvest Juice Recipe

This fresh juice highlights the best superfoods that fall and winter have to offer, with fresh apple juice, beetroot, sweet potato, daikon and fresh ginger.

The earthiness of the root vegetables is balanced perfectly with the sweetness of the apples and the added fall spices.   

Here’s what chef Ari had to say about his creation:                                                                    

“In this blend, we are featuring root vegetables that are typically in season fall through winter. The earthiness of the root vegetables is balanced with the sweetness of the red apple and sweet potato. An element of spice is added with the cinnamon and ginger, and a pop of citrus is present from the lemon.”

As wholesome and delicious as this juice is, its health benefits are even more impressive.

harvest fall juice recipe close up

Note: Interested in more healthy juice recipes for fall? Check out our Harry Potter Pumpkin Juice recipe.

Health Benefits of this Fall Juice Recipe

The many benefits of this recipe include:

  • Great for Overall Wellness. Fresh ginger and apples are known antioxidants full of immune-boosting vitamin C. Sweet potato and carrots have some of the highest levels of vitamin A and potassium of any fruits and veggies, in addition to beta-carotene. 
  • Anti-inflammatory Properties. Cinnamon is a known anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and has been shown to help fight bacterial infections! 
  • Supports weight-loss. Studies have shown that cinnamon has positive effects on blood sugar, cholesterol, and weight-loss. Daikon, carrot and sweet potato have high water content which supports hydration (dehydration slows down your metabolism!). 
  • Naturally gluten-free and vegan. None of the ingredients contain gluten or are made with animal byproducts. 
Fall harvest juice ingredients
The ingredients responsible for all that tastiness.

Equipment note: We used the M-1 commercial juice press to make this juice shot recipe, but you can use pretty much any type of juicer (masticating, centrifugal, etc.). Just keep in mind that the quality will always be higher when using a juice press.

Learn more about the industry-leading commercial juicers we use to make our recipes.

Health Benefits

  • antioxidant
  • detoxifying
  • reduces inflammation
  • supports immune system
  • aids weight loss
  • hydrating


sweet potato 1.92 oz 54 g 1/2 medium sweet potato
carrot 6.56 oz 186 g 3 1/2 medium carrots
daikon radish 0.88 oz 25 g 1/10 radish
red apple 10.72 oz 304 g 1 1/2 medium apples
red beet 1.6 oz 45 g 1/3 medium beet
lemon 0.4 oz 11 g 1/10 medium lemon
cinnamon 0.25 oz 7 g 1/2 tablespoon
ginger 0.15 oz 4 g 1/2 inch chunk of ginger root


  1. Wash produce thoroughly, scrubbing the beet to remove the dirt. Remove the top end of the beet.

  2. Weigh the ingredients.

  3. Quarter the lemon (leaving skin on) and place directly into the press. If you don’t have a juice press, peel the lime and juice with the rest of the ingredients.

  4. Grind remaining ingredients together and press.

  5. Add the cinnamon to the juice.

Pro Tips

  • Adding the cinnamon directly to the finished juice will give you little specs of the spice. If you rather not have the specs of spice, you can add the cinnamon directly to the press with the lemon.

  • You can use green apples instead of red apples, but the flavor will be more tangy and crisp.



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  1. 5 stars
    Hi, what do you use to strain the pulp access from sweet potatoes? I sometimes will a thick white substance inside the jar.


    1. Hi Phil,

      Our juice presses use press bags that filter out the pulp. If you are not using one of our juice presses, you can strain pulp with a fine sieve, cheesecloth, or a nut milk bag. Hope this helps!


  2. 5 stars
    Does the book you have for sale have all these recipes and information in them?


    1. Hi Deejaye,

      This first edition of the Juicing Companion has only a few recipes, keep your eye out for the next edition (coming soon) which will have 40+ recipes